ELATE Graduate Student Research Award - NCTE

ELATE Graduate Student Research Award Recipients

2021-2022

Ankhi G. Thakurta, University of Pennsylvania, “Navigating Precarious Terrains: A Practitioner Study of Youth and Facilitator Engagement in a Girl-Centered Asian American Civic Literacy Education Collective”

2020-2021
Scott Storm, New York University, “Social Justice Writing Pedagogies and Literary Sensemaking: Transformation through a Professional Learning Community”

2019-2020
Russell Mayo, University of Illinois at Chicago, “Teaching English Teachers in the Anthropocene: Qualitative Case Studies of Climate Change in English Education”

2018-2019
Rae L. Oviatt, Michigan State University, East Lansing, “Exploring Arts-Based Inquiry and Multimodal Composing for Participatory Learning and Civic Participation for Transforming Critical Professional Development”

2017-2018
Chris Bacon and Joelle Pedersen, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA, “‘It’s Like Close Reading for Identity’: A Framework for Writing as Discourse with Teachers of Linguistically Diverse Learners”

2016-2017
Tracey Flores, Arizona State University, Tempe, “Somos Escritoras/We are Writers: Mothers and Daughters Writing, Sharing and Ways of Knowing”